Rome Laboratory


From Wikipedia: Rome Laboratory:

The Rome Laboratory, formerly known as the Rome Air Development Center, is one of eight research and development labs run by the US Air Force located at Griffiss AFB in Rome, NY. One of four superlabs run by the Air Force, the Rome Lab is tasked with generic research, as opposed to having a specific area of study. Over the years since it was founded, the Rome Lab has made major contributions to computing, command and control automation, and pure engineering. It is also responsible for planning and executing the Air Force' science and technology program. It is part of the Air Force Materiel Command Air Force Research Laboratory, based at Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio. In October 1997, Rome Laboratory was merged into the Air Force Research Laboratory as the part Information and Sensors Directorates.

Armstrong Laboratory


AL/HRGA Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio 45433

From Wikipedia:

Armstrong Laboratory was a research and development organization operated by the United States Air Force Materiel Command. [1]In 1997, the Laboratory was merged into the Air Force Research Laboratory.[2]

The Laboratory was named after Gen Harry G. Armstrong, known as "the father of space medicine."